Enterprise CarShare Enters Salt Lake City

As of Monday, Enterprise CarShare is operating in Salt Lake City. Vehicles will be available at nearly 30 locations throughout the downtown area and on university campuses.

The Utah Transit Authority (UTA), Salt Lake City, the University of Utah and Utah Valley University are partnering with Enterprise to provide an affordable car-sharing service to the Salt Lake City and Wasatch Front customers.

“UTA took the lead in establishing this program in the Salt Lake area, and Enterprise CarShare offered the most competitively priced option for bringing flexible, affordable car-sharing solutions to our community and has a strong track record of success in other urban markets,” said UTA General Manager Michael Allegra. “Enterprise already is well established across Wasatch Front, so they have the ability to scale the local car-sharing model while meeting demand and maintaining fair prices.”

Salt Lake City is the seventh major retail market to offer Enterprise CarShare in the past two years, says Enterprise. It is now available in more than 35 U.S. states, Canada and the U.K. — on more than 75 university campuses and 40 government and business campuses.

To sign up for Enterprise CarShare’s Salt Lake City program, visit www.EnterpriseCarShare.com/slc.

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